SHS Newsbreak

December 18, 2015

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SHS Professional Career Internship Class

Students in the Professional Career Internship class completed their internships last week. To wrap up their experience, they hosted a Mentor Breakfast on Tuesday, Dec. 15. Students made breakfast for all of the mentors who allowed them to intern with them first semester. After breakfast, students introduced their mentors and explained about their experiences.


Businesses who took interns under their wing this semester were: ILPEA Industries, Southern Indiana Equine, Scott County Sheriff Department, Scottsburg Elementary, Vienna-Finley Elementary, Murphy’s Boot Shop and Repair, Southern Indiana Physical Therapy, Total Concepts of Design, Scott Memorial Hospital, Hello Beautiful, ISU- Insurance & Investment Group, Hampton Oaks, Lake Pointe Village, Reardon & Company PC CPAs, Austin Tri-Hawk Automotive, and Vision First.


The internship class is open to seniors who have maintained a 2.5 GPA and who would like to gain experience in a professional career before attending college. It is a two period class available during each semeser. During the semester students will gain a minimum of 50 hours at their internship as well as meet in class. Class topics include interviews, resumes, college planning, scholarship applications, professional attributes in the business world and other topics.

SHS Maverick Challenge Results

The Maverick Challenge is a high school business planning competition for high school students in Southern Indiana. The challenge aims to further develop the innovative spirit of our region by reaching out to high school students and showing them viable career opportunities through entrepreneurship. AJ Napier, Seth Missi, and Steven Doane are the winners of the 2015 SHS Maverick Challenge.


The group of boys began developing a business called Phantom Armor. They will be competing against the top two teams from Austin High School in January and the winner from that round will move to the regional competition in Columbus later in the Spring.

IVY TECH Courses

Ivy Tech is offering all qualifying high school students in our Region the opportunity to take any three credit hour course – on our campus or on-line – for $50 and the cost of textbook/materials.
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Warrior Wrestling Wins MSC Duals

This past weekend the Warrior Wrestling team traveled to Charlestown for the Mid-Southern Conference Duals. We had never won this meet before, until Saturday.


SHS Wrestling won the MSC Duals for the first time in the long history of our Wrestling program and the Conference. Congratulations to our student athletes for this achievement!

Individual Varsity results as follows:


Dylan Hancock 2-3

Keegan Baker - 3-2

Brandon Sexton (132) 5-0

Nick Blevins - 4-1

Dakota Binkley - 5-0

Hunter Myers - 5-0

Sean Small (160) 3-2

Levi Glass - 4-1

Jon Bacon - 2-3

Colin Baker - 2-3

Logan Barger - 4-0

Scotty Callahan 2-3

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Key Club Inducts New Members

This week the Key Club inducted new members. New Members are…

Nick Beswick

Hannah Bowman

Haley Bryant

Gabby Buckner

Paige Crites

Marly McNeely

Sarah Thomas

Josie Crawford

Officers Jonie Crawford, Rachel Pelfrey, Jessica Backus, Justice Gabbard, Brittany Stidham along with the advisors Angela Bray and Al Riggle would all like to Welcome all the new members.

2015-16 Homecoming Court

The student council conducted elections for this year's homecoming court. Homecoming is January 7th and 8th. The Warriorettes play on the 7th and the Warriors take the court on the following night.


The results for the Warriorette King Court are:

Senior - Lucas Brown

Levi Elliott

Eric Eskew

Kameron Hollan

Evan Howser

Juniors - Isaiah Walker

Dustin Yocum

Sophomores - Dalton Baker

Christian Smiley

Freshman - Kevin Zhang


The results for the Warrior Queen Court are:

Senior - Lindsey Boswell

Emily Howser

Kasen Mount

Ariel Robbins

Victoria Rone

Juniors - Kelsey Barrett

Emma Waskom

Sophomores - Marly McNeely

Jessie Silakowski

Freshmen - Abigail Johanningsmeier

Alli Thompson

Prosser Open House

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